Middle School celebrated Black History Month by researching an influential figure and then creating an Andy Warhol-inspired pop art piece. Alex Shennum, GSA’s K-8 art facilitator came up with the project because “Everyone is drawn to pop art. The subjects portrayed in the art stand out, prompting people to reconsider them with new perspective.” Students […]
Join us for some high rollin’ fun! Awesome auction items, fabulous cocktails, delicious dining, casino games and Vegas-style fun and entertainment. And remember what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. So don’t be afraid. Come and spend as much as you like and we won’t tell!
Our online auction starts March 20th, please visit our online auction and get ready to start bidding. Our Online Auction has items added daily with a wide range of deals and we would love to share them beyond our GSA community. Please help us spread the word by sharing the link to our online auction […]
Time again for our high school’s annual musical. This year we are proud to present The Addams Family. Our production runs March 19-21. Tickets go on sale March 11th. All shows begin at 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6:45 pm.
We had a great visit with the students from Yakumo Academy Junior High School in Tokyo. Yakumo’s students practiced their English skills while sharing their culture with our students by participating in games and songs. We were thrilled to have them on our campus and the students had a wonderful day together.
Looking for a way to earn volunteer hours before the end of the school year sneaks up on you? Sign up for our Family Workday! Hours are earned by each member present so bring the whole family – plus it’s a fun way to pitch in together to keep our campus beautiful. We will have […]
Our second parent workshop will be held this Friday, February 22nd from 8:45 – 9:45am. Santa Barbara County’s FEMA Crisis Counseling Program, California HOPE 805 will present a workshop to inform our community about common reactions to disasters, coping techniques and strategies such as mindfulness, and phases of disaster that a community and individuals experience. […]
As part of their Classroom City unit, the second and third graders took a field trip to the Santa Barbara Courthouse to visit a courtroom, meet a presiding judge and witness a live court case. The Honorable Judge Anderle answered questions as students sat in the jury box, visited with lawyers and met the courtroom […]
The kinder and first-grade students have been learning about string instruments! They took a violin lesson from Aksel’s dad and created guitars in art. While in art, kinder and first grade was introduced to the master, Pablo Picasso, and created a guitar inspired by his work. Students learned about the cubism and abstract styles seen […]
Our High School students recently took a field trip to Ice in Paradise! They enjoyed getting out on the ice, trying new moves and spending time together as a community and recharge after working so hard during the semester. As you can see, they had tons of fun getting out of the classroom for a […]